Healing from constipation is a process of many layers. Common Sense™ “Psyllium Hulls and Slippery Elm” is here to fill in any gaps. Through our healing, we encounter different obstacles in proper elimination. Our bodies constantly break down heavy toxins and hardened thick build up stuck to the intestinal walls. These stubborn layers can require much work. It is the perfect combination to overcome digestive issues like diarrhea, loss of peristalsis activity, flatulence, and burping. This combination works on cleansing the walls of the colon from years of built-up acidity and harmful bacteria. It also performs as a fibrous bulking agent. These factors help in elimination via all the eliminative organs.
has been traditionally used as a bulk laxative for constipation and inflammatory bowel issues. It is considered beneficial for constipation stemming from either an over – relaxed or over – tensed bowel. In turn, it promotes easy, healthy elimination by sweeping waste out of the colon quickly and efficiently. Historically, Psyllium Hulls has improved conditions like high blood pressure, IBS, Crohn’s Disease, and Ulcerative Colitis.
has a history of herbal remedies since the 19th century. It aids in the reflux stimulation of nerve endings in the gastrointestinal tract. It is an effective remedy for irritating the mucus membranes, stomach, intestines, and urinary tubules. Due to its high mucilage content, Slippery Elm is believed to absorb toxins from the bowels, balance intestinal flora, and reduce bowel transit time. Slippery Elm has been beneficial in aiding inflammation, asthma, bronchitis, chronic cystitis, colitis, constipation, convalescence, coughs, diarrhea, diverticulitis, hemorrhoids, irritable bowel conditions, sore throat, ulcers, and weak digestion. Slippery Elm contains high vitamin K, which is needed for blood clotting and bone formation.
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